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, i don't think it is the core issue, is the deficit. if when they bailed-- saved the bank, they didn't have to save the bankers. they didn't have to save the creditors to the bank. >> rose: meaning they could have saved the bank and made a condition of the rescue that the executives who were in charge of the banks had to be replaced. >> exactly. u.k. did that. and they could have said no bonuses, if we give you money, you can't put out the money in bonuses. they could have told-- these banks were basically bankrupt is so the normal bankruptcy, shareholders lose everything. now the shareholders have a lot. so all that money that went to the bondholders and to the shareholder kos have gone to the u.s. taxpayers. and we would be the much better financial shape now. so in a sense, they could have also demanded as a condition of giving money no more abusive credit card practise t no more discriminatory lending, no more predatory lending. banks go back to lending in the way that they're supposed to. small, medium size enterprises. >> were those kinds of reforms in your judgement enacted by
in birmingham he reaffirmed his determination to stick to his plan of deficit-reduction. he says britain can no longer assume it will remain a major industrial nation. >> and as we showed determination and imagination, britain may not be in the future what it has been in the past. because the truth is best, we are in the global race today. that means an hour of reckoning for countries like ours, or swim, do or decline, to take office, to become the government at such a moment is a duty and an honor. and we will rise to the challenge. today, i want to set out a serious argument to this country about how. we do how about how we compete and thrive in this world. how can we make sure that in this century, like the ones before, britain is on the rise? -- rise? nothing matters more. >> our political correspondent, naomi, joining me. is it sink or swim? the country might feel parlous and depressed after listening to that. >> i think he does not want to have any false hopes for people. i think he is paving the way for an announcement that we will get later this year where he would tell the british p
proven to represent the opposite of peace. the eu severs from an extensive democratic deficit with violations of human rights along increasing social inequality. that stigma from the norwegian peace council, tariq ali. >> amy, the norwegian peace council has criticized the peace prize in the past. in fact, alfred nobel specified the peace prize should only be given to those who are actively promoting the cause of peace. which the eu does not do, either in the middle east -- for instance, it has backed and supported everything the israelis have done as far as the occupation of palestine is concerned. it has tried to isolate the palestinian government in the past. it has carried on supporting nato -- it is part of it, and and the war in afghanistan. it is not popular even among many swedish and norwegian members of parliament. i was there many years ago when they give it to obama. about 10,000 people demonstrated against that because obama had just said he was good escalate the war in afghanistan and pakistan. so the peace committee itself now, the nobel prize committee, has bec
how he will cut the deficit, he says he can make the math work by eliminating local public funding for pbs. now, by the way, this is not new. this is what he has been saying every time he's asked a question. "well, we can cut out pbs." for all your moms and kids, don't worry, summit is finally getting tough on big bird. >> mitt romney criticize president obama for focusing on what he called "saving the big bird swo." >> these are tough times with tough issues for you have to scratch your head when you to the president's been in the last week talking about big bird. [applause] i actually think we need a president who talks about saving the american people and setting good jobs and saving our future. >> ohio is asking the supreme court to overturn a federal pills ruling that struck down the state's effort to prevent early voting the weekend before the election. although as republican controlled legislature had barred early weekend voting fleming state officials need the time to prepare for election day. last month, the u.s. district court ruled the state had failed to provide a convi
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